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Front Panel Components

This article describes the LEDs, reset button, and the SD card slot on the front panel of the vEdge 2000 router. See At a Glance for the exact location of these components on the front panel of the router.

LEDs

The vEdge 2000 router has four chassis status LEDs located in the center of the front panel next to the USB ports. See Figure 1.

Figure 1: Chassis Status LEDs in a vEdge 2000 Router

Table 1 describes the LEDs , their color and states, and the status they indicate.

Table 1: Chassis Status LEDs in a vEdge 2000 Router

LED

Color

Description

SYS

Green/Amber/Red

  • Off: System is not on
  • Green: System is healthy and operating fine
  • Blinking Green:  System is booting up
  • Red: Major failure or alarm is present

STAT

Green

  • Off: Status of OMP to vSmart controller is down
  • Green: Status of OMP to vSmart controller is up

PWR 0

Green/Red

  • Off: Power supply unit 0 is not present (or router is not powered)
  • Green: 12-Volt output is OK on power supply unit 0
  • Red: Fault on power supply unit 0

PWR 1

Green/Red

  • Off: Power supply unit 1 is not present (or router is not powered)
  • Green: 12-Volt output is OK on power supply unit 1
  • Red: Fault on power supply unit 1

Reset Button

The front panel of the vEdge 2000 router has a reset button. The reset button is recessed to avoid accidentally pressing it while the router is operational. To press the reset button, use a sharp narrow tool. Table 2 describes the effects of pressing the reset button.

Table 3: Reset Button Press Behavior

Press Duration

Behavior

Short press

Pressing for two seconds resets and reboots the router.

Long press

Pressing for 10 seconds resets the router and reboots it with factory default configuration.

SD Card Slot

The front panel of the vEdge 2000 router has an SD card slot. The SD card slot has the following specifications:

  • High speed bus: maximum 25 MB/second
  • Supported card types: SD, SDHC
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